How to Draw Ultron from Avengers Age of Ultron with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawings for beginners.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Draw the basic shape of the head and guide lines for the eyes.
Now let’s sketch the whole thing.
Since there were so many details, I decided to take it one step further than usual. Draw the biggest features on his face.
Now draw the rest of the details.
Here is my sketch for comparison.
Because I wanted this to be very detailed, I chose not to create master layers and add details to each individual part at once, but instead I focused on several parts at a time right from the get go. head. Start by selecting the area you want to work with and darken the lines you have in that particular area. Polish the main, most prominent shadows using the 2B pencil.
KEEP IT OUT by making great use of whatever you’re most familiar with. You can use a blend stump, a marker, even a small piece of paper/fabric or a small soft brush, which is what I used. Although it takes longer to blend, you have more control over what you’re doing, using a brush. In any case, DO NOT use your HAND, it’s messy and gross. Once blended, use a dark pencil, preferably 8B or darker, to create a darker shade.
Mix again and add some more. Don’t forget to leave some highlights, and if you do, you can redo them with an eraser or some white chalk (white pencils never work).
Scroll down to what should be ……. his nose and cheeks. Darken the lines in your area of work and enlarge the main shadows.
Blends very well and creates more shadows.
Mix again and add the details. Don’t forget about the highlights.
The process repeats itself with every part you make. I started with a small part (eyes) and moved on to a larger part (forehead). Forehead swelling.
Mix and add more shadows.
Mix and add the final details.
Now move down to the lower part of the face. Add a light gray layer.
Now create the darkest parts.
Add the final details.
Now let’s move on to the “ears” part, I guess they are antennas, not sure what he used them for but they look great. Repeat the process of expanding, blending, darkening and detailing.
Here you can see how well you can blend with a brush.
Use 4B for details.
The remaining area is big but it’s really easy since it’s mostly black. Start with expanding the highlights and making the areas darker from the start.
Mix and add the FINAL details.
Create a slightly dark base on the top so that his shiny forehead stands out. That is all .